(in Britain and New Zealand) a moist spicy ginger cake usually containing oatmeal
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How to use parkin in a sentence
parkin declined to contest the suit he seems to have in fact filed against himself.
Irene Prusik died that same month, and parkin solemnly posed for a snapshot beside the open casket.
The figure signed the paper that would be used as evidence against Rimolo and parkin after their arrest.
The lawyer back in 2007 asked parkin if he knew the identity of his biological mother.
“From time to time in New Jersey,” parkin said, adding that she sometimes took herbs and homeopathic remedies.
He overtakes him in King's Cross Lane, walking quickly homewards, and eating "sweet parkin."Yorkshire Oddities, Incidents and Strange Events | S. Baring-Gould
I did not, for a moment, attach that meaning to any thing that fell either from you or Mr. parkin.Put Yourself in His Place | Charles Reade
He arranged with Ross and parkin for provisions—he was a regular employé there.
Blomefield and parkin, the historians of the county, have made ample use of these inestimable books.
Henry laid down the paper, and his heart felt very warm to Jobson and parkin.Put Yourself in His Place | Charles Reade